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's not an electoral organization. the goal is to attract bipartisan support but we know there are groups like the nra out there that organize very effectively. you hear from members of congress, well, i might vote for it but i'm concerned about what the nra would do. well, if the nra has 4 million members, this organization will have many more than 10 million members organizing out there, showing support in these congressional districts across the country and it's very important in passing some of this legislation. >> that's an interesting test. let's see if you can transfer that organization into something that helps you in the second term. >> ben, good to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> now, when you go to the balls, what do you wear? do you wear a tux? >> you know, i haven't been to a ball. i went to the mtv ball when bill clinton was elected president. >> that must have been a fun one. >> it was a hoot. it was a fun time. mike mccory was working with a group that was organizing that and got me a ticket and i wore a tux. >> people dress up for this. >> still fits. >> and that is something to
like the nra and goes directly to the people. you know , otherwise, we are always in a sense, outgunned by these special interest groups, i has managed to talk directly to the people, get the pulse of the country. that's what got him re-elected. every prediction was, you know, there's too much money, too many special interest groups. the republicans are going to win. he went directly to the people through his technology, through the media, when he talked about fairness, he says either we increased access for everyone or we increased access for 2%. it was reasonable. it was sober, it was common sense it appealed to everyone. so i think that president obama will stay true to his doctrine of fairness and that's what 98% of our country wants. >> deepak chopra, thank you for coming on, enjoy the inauguration. >> thank you, don. >>> president obama's rescue of the american auto industry put our next guest back to work. and this weekend, she is an invited guest at the inauguration. meet the 5-passenger ford c-max hybrid. when you're carrying a lot of weight, c-max has a nice little trait, you
americans, republicans, nra members, agree with the very basic answers, which are the magazines and the automatic weapons and so on. but we are very, very impassioned people who believe the second amendment is a bible. one more quick point. two different versions of the second amendment were passed. one passed by congress had a capital letter for state and militia. the one passed by the state had a lower case. so it was a compromise right from the beginning. two very different interm tashzs of what that second amendment means. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> there are two designers anxiously awaiting to see whether michelle obama wore his or her dress tonight. she had about 15 designers who send her designs. >> it will be an american designer. >> they do not know who it will be, and they will see when the world sees. the president and the first lady will be hitting the dance floor for the first dance in a couple hours. first, beyonce today with an absolutely beautiful -- >> that was the best rendition of the national anthem i have ever heard. ♪ o say, can you see by t
. the nra, grover norquist, karl rove, we used to quiver in fear just the names. he has been able to put them in check. that is a big accomplishment on the political side. big disappointment. climate. when you have sandy come through and do what it did to new york city and you have a dust ball forming in our heartland and wildfires and no action on climate. that is a big disappointment. he has to do something. he has a rainbow coalition but a green stripe that has not been attended to. >> you know, anderson, what's interesting to me about what alex said is that the republican party is now at a 26% approval rating. that's not good. while the public is much more pessimistic than it was four years ago about president obama, the republican party has to do something. this works for the president. the republican party is divided. maybe he can pick off a bunch of republicans and, so, as he heads into his second term, he has a very, very big agenda, very ambitious, maybe overreaching a little bit, but it's in the republican self-interest to work with him. as we look ahead, you're making a face a
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